where the streets have no name

Porto Alegre – Farroupilha

by on set..29, 2009, under brasil, you tube, youtube

Fiz um camera car de Porto Alegre ate Farroupilha no domingo, isso mesmo debaixo de uma mega chuva…
As imagens foram capturadas com uma Xacti HD800 e depois adicionado um fast de 900% no FinalCut Pro.

Ok, ate ficou legal, mas na proxima vou ter que comprar um inverter pra poder carregar a camera no carro e syncronizar o video com o tracklog no Google Earth. E de preferencia em um dia de sol.

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Police Car

by on set..25, 2009, under japan

No Japão quando se pensa em carros de policia sempre vem a cabeça carros esporte mega fodastico como esse da foto abaixo, um Honda/Acura NSX. Realmente eles existem mesmo, na freeway entre Nagoya e o Centrair volta e meia passava um carro da Policia que era nada mais que uma Ferrari 430 com a tradicional cor branco/preto (deve ter sido confiscado em alguma importação irregular ou da Yakusa).

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Mas… a maioria da policia no Japão circula, faz ronda e atende as ocorrencias assim:
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De bicicleta mesmo, acho ate que não precisa mais que isso mesmo.

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Passatempo no trem

by on set..24, 2009, under japan, trem

Seguindo o post trens, nessa foto tem alguns exemplos extremos de passatempo dentro do trem.

  • School Girls retocando a maquiagem e fazendo um lanchinho
  • Um Gyaru-oh mandando uma mgs. pelo celular
  • Um guri fazendo manutenção numa sniper rifle !?!?!?!

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Gachapon Train

by on set..23, 2009, under japan

Ja andei em trens dos mais variados tipos, mas esse ganha de longe!
Tem maquininha de Gachapon, games, cadeira pra crianças e um visual mega-meiji…
Se olhar bem tem ate um poste para pole-dance no meio… ou sera que é só pra apoio mesmo?

Pela paisagem que da pra ver pela janela deve ser algum trem que percorre o interior do Japão.

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Lançamento de Cup Noodle

by on set..23, 2009, under japan

Lançamentos absurdos de CupNoodles com tecnica Ninja.

Eles usaram a mesma tecnica usada nos videos da MSI, mas esse em vez de lançar CupNoodle fazem ASS CATCH

Que foi inspirado na Levi’s

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Media Musings Blog Archive I want my privacy

by on set..18, 2009, under japan

Media Musings Blog Archive I want my privacy and my naked selfies too

Earlier this week, we were told fewer thanone in ten Australians trust social media companies to protect their privacy.

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner report took a look at our attitudes towards privacy and revealed Aussies were more likely to trust debt collectors or market researchers, than social media companies.

The evolution of naked selfies, fitspo related posts, and status updates about relationship breakups or job losses, feature information of a highly personal nature that are often inappropriately placed online.

The original Naked Selfies Facebook page now has more than 300,000 likes, the fitspo hashtag on Instagram has more than 4.5 million posts and although there are no empirical statistics on breakup posts, they aren hard to track down.

Couple these findings with our new found concerns, and you get a group of Internet users that are all talk and no action.

If we know how untrustworthy these sites are then why do we continue to provide them with images of our half naked bodies and status updates about our crazy ex girlfriend?

History has shown this is not a good idea.
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What it was like in canada goose outlet

by on set..18, 2009, under japan

The year 1913 started with great optimism, thanks to a strong economy, progress on the Panama Canal and plans for a wonderful summertime carnival. By the end of the year, many of the hopes had been dashed but 1913 had become a pivotal year.

“In all Victoria’s history, there never was such a year as 1913,” historian James K. Nesbitt wrote more than half a century ago. His assessment still stands.

Thanks to two new Canadian Pacific ships, we were connected to Asia as never before. The Interurban line was completed, offering a new connection to the Saanich Peninsula.

Major developments that year included the Royal Victoria Theatre as well as the east and west wings of the Parliament Buildings, the first major expansion of the legislature block since it opened in 1898.

Work started on the new provincial jail on Wilkinson Road in Saanich. It was to replace the Topaz Avenue jail, which had been partially destroyed by fire in late 1911. Architect W. Ridgeway Wilson was asked to design the jail as well as a new drill hall on Bay Street.
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The original Church of St. John the Divine the famed iron church on Douglas Street was demolished, and the Hudson’s Bay Company announced plans for a store on the site.

The Union Club moved into its new quarters on Gordon Street, and the YWCA took over the old club building on Douglas Street.

Saloon owners were scrambling to meet changes to the liquor laws. Pubs would only be allowed if they offered at least 30 hotel rooms as well. Many famous names disappeared as a result, including the Retreat Saloon, the Jubilee Saloon, Murphy’s Saloon, the Princess Saloon, Everett’s Exchange Saloon, the Bank Exchange, the Brown Jug, Blue Post, Fountain, Elk, Garrick’s Head, Bismarck, Boomerang and King’s Head. Eberts, the speaker of the house.

There were big plans to develop the former Songhees reserve, just across the water from downtown Victoria, into a major rail hub, with a bridge to connect it to Laurel Point.

The new cement plant at Bamberton opened, complete with a model village for its workers and their families. The Canadian Explosives Co. proposed a powder plant on James Island, although Saanich residents expressed fear of the potential for a massive explosion.

After the death of soap factory owner William Pendray in an industrial accident, the English company Lever Brothers bought the Pendray soap works. Marine Railway shipbuilding facility in Esquimalt.

Members of the local militia were pressed into service in the summer. In May, coal miners in Nanaimo and Ladysmith went on strike for higher pay. Three months later, the strike turned violent, with injuries suffered in a bomb blast and in a shooting.

The militia was asked to calm things. Special trains from Victoria took the peacekeeping force to Ladysmith. Most returned to Victoria after a couple of weeks, but some remained into the fall.

In October, Col. Arthur Currie was named head of the new 50th Gordon Highlanders. He went on to great fame as the leader of the Canadian Expeditionary Force in the Great War.

The year 1913 was a golden one for railways on Vancouver Island. Lines were being expanded and service was better than ever before.

The Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway was opening up new regions, the Canadian Northern Pacific was building, and the new Interurban street railway line between Victoria and Deep Bay Deep Cove, as it’s known today was opened.

In Victoria, much of the enthusiasm was because of the potential seen in the former Songhees property just across the water from downtown Victoria.

The Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway built a roundhouse there, with stalls for 10 locomotives. The roundhouse, along with a storehouse and a car repair shop, was seen as the first step in the development of the former reserve as a rail terminal and industrial centre.

The railway’s repair shops were to be moved from Wellington to Victoria. The railway had also converted to oil burners, primarily to meet forest fire regulations.

The E line between Duncan and Cowichan Lake opened on the same day as the Interurban extension. Thirty two kilometres long, it was primarily to be used to get logs out of the valley, but also opened up the area for tourism and fishing.

It had previously been accessible only by a long and tedious stage route. The E was also pushing into the Comox Valley, and that was expected to be open in 1914.

The Canadian Pacific Railway brought a barge loaded with rail freight cars from Vancouver to Esquimalt rather than to Ladysmith, the previous loading point. The thinking was to relieve congestion on the E and save time as well.

Canadian Northern Pacific had crews at work on the Saanich Peninsula, between Shawnigan Lake and Sooke Lake, between Cowichan Lake and the headwaters of the Nitinat River, and south of Alberni.

The railway proposed a line to the Saanich Peninsula, including a bridge over the Selkirk water at the mouth of the Gorge. The bascule bridge would connect the former Songhees reserve to the gully under the bridge on Gorge Road. Today, that crossing is part of the Galloping Goose Trail, which was built on the old rail line.

Also, parcels would not be allowed unless they were held by someone. It had been common for people to put parcels on the cars to be delivered by the motormen.

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Em Manutenção

by on set..14, 2009, under japan

Estou trocando de template e reorganizando o blog, deve aparecer alguns bugs etc.
Mas nas proximas semanas prometo organizar tudo.

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5 minutos

by on abr..24, 2009, under japan

Quantos minutos voce leva do momento em que se levanta ate sair de casa? 30minutos? 20 minutos?
Seguindo esse mega tecnica apresentada abaixo eh possivel fazer tudo em 5 minutos ! com tempo ate pra um cafezinho…

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GO with Visa

by on abr..22, 2009, under brasil

Sabe aquela propaganda go. da Visa que ta rolando na TV brasileira?
A versão para a TV japonesa é um pouco diferente, é protagonizado pelo Matt Harding, aquele cara que roda/rodou o mundo fazendo uma dança esquisita.

Qual das versoes é a melhor? Eu pessoalmente achei a versao japonesa melhor 😛

[EDIT] achei a versao inglesa

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Moleskine HD

by on abr..22, 2009, under brasil, moleskine

Aproveitando o feriado prolongado resolvi colocar em pratica uma ideia que tinha a algum tempo.
Colocar um HD 2.5 dentro de uma Moleskine, medi o HD 2.5 de 250giga que tirei do meu Macbook pro e uma interface USB que tirei de um case…
Recortei a perte interna do Moleskine e encaixei dentro 😀

Ficou perfeito!

Agora so falta fazer um icone Moleskine like pra ficar 100%

Abaixo algumas fotos, clique na foto para ampliar.

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beatbox

by on abr..19, 2009, under japan

Esse eh o cara, pra que instrumento musical?!



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Pitfall

by on mar..10, 2009, under japan

Sempre soube que Pitfall tinha um fim… e aparentemente o programador era frances… No happy end…

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Empire

by on mar..09, 2009, under japan

No special treatment for members of the Empire on Earth – they queue up just like the rest of the folks.

via dannychoo

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inochi

by on mar..07, 2009, under japan

Comercial de leite… uh? WTF!?



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